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Latium is a mysterious land. It is a land of woods and pastures, hills and valleys, rivers and lakes, with as many as twenty-five nature parks and reserves. The land is washed by a blue sea, with a whole archipelago lying just a few miles off the coast.
It is a harsh land, which only seems to be unknown. In its heart lies Rome, the Eternal City, which calls people from all over to see its Roman ruins, Renaissance squares and baroque churches. Rome is a compendium, illustrating the evolution of architecture from Roman times to the present day.
Latium is the region that surrounds the city which a frame that is all history and landscape. The landscape is history in its own right, the product of men and men's activities, their thoughts and their imagination, forming a symbiosis of landscape, history and art. Hills and gorges, karst caves and extinct volcanoes, cliffs and caves by the sea, are perhaps the most artistic aspect of the work of nature; solitary sanctuaries and tumble-down churches, dead towns and little villages perched on high spurs of tufa, poles of art and faith bear witness to man's ascendancy over the environment. And since man's work is commonly considered an art, we may say that, in the variegated and complicated territory of Latium, man compares well with nature, equalling its beauty.
The Lazio region supplies and guarantees selected accommodation solutions: hotels, farm holiday, farmhouse, residence self-catering accommodation, b&b, rooms for rent, holiday homes, camp sites and tourist villages.
Hotels Alban Hills
Hotels Archaeological Nature Park of Vulci
Hotels Bolsena lake
Hotels Bracciano lake
Hotels Farnese Selva del Lamone
Hotels Franciscan Shrines
Hotels National park of Abruzzo
Hotels National Park of Circeo
Hotels Natural Reserve of Monte Rufeno
Hotels Pontine Islands
Hotels Regional Natural Park of Monti Simbruini
Hotels Ulysse's Coast
Hotels Ventotene Santo Stefano
Hotels Parco Nazionale del Gran Sasso e Monti della Laga